“We are truly excited to work with a forward thinking association who recognizes we are in the midst of a behavioral shift."
(PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Easy Mortgage Apps LLC (EMA), a Massachusetts company which develops state of the art mobile apps specifically and uniquely designed for the mortgage lending industry, is pleased to announce they have entered into a joint marketing agreement with the National Association of Mortgage Brokers (NAMB)—The Association of Mortgage Professionals. “It is with great pleasure that NAMB-The Association of Mortgage Professionals welcomes this great opportunity to work with Easy Mortgage Apps to help all of our Originators in this new era of Origination and Processing that makes information quickly available for Realtors, customers and the loan originator to follow their files as they go through the mortgage process,” Donald J. Frommeyer, President of NAMB. EMA will offer NAMB members a discount on their private label software. The software allows lenders to greatly enhance the overall customer experience by engaging their realtors, consumers and relevant entities with real time communication, loan information and updates.
Built in business logic utilizes push notification technology to update parties regarding loan status changes, loan commitment requirements and important milestone dates. All pertinent loan data, contact information and a secure messaging portal are available with a single touch. In addition, the software offers clients a user friendly interface which allows for mobile capture technology, data sharing and storage through a secure portal. This program was written was created to improve efficiency and productivity, reduce latency, and increase time to revenue.
As cofounder Michael Kelleher states: “We are truly excited to work with a forward thinking association who recognizes we are in the midst of a behavioral shift. This is an additional opportunity for their national constituency to directly benefit from membership. EMA feels associations, such as the NAMB, are essential in the development and advancement of the mortgage lending industry.”